Schedule: Web 2.0, Ajax, and Emerging Technologies sessions

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Location: Ballroom D
Giuseppe Maxia (Continuent), Jan Kneschke (MySQL)
MySQL Proxy is a tool that can enhance existing MySQL server features and create new ones. This tutorial explains how to create new syntax, filter queries, and how to deal with multiple servers. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom G
Ask Bjørn Hansen (Develooper)
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Ask Bjoern Hansen will be covering the overall platform and architecture considerations involved in tuning applications from a holistic perspective. You'll be shown design scaleable architectures for dynamic, high-volume web sites. Topics covered include caching, scalable database design, replication, load-balancing, and architectural decisions derived from many years of experience. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom A
Jeffrey McManus (Approver.com)
In this session we'll go beyond the basics to demonstrate the creation of data-driven applications using .NET and MySQL. We'll include discussion of ASP.NET Ajax with MySQL and LINQ in .NET 3.x. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom F
Domas Mituzas (Facebook)
A walk through modern web application database development tips and tricks: MySQL-specific features, web-oriented schemas and queries, and storage engine behavior. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom A
Brian Aker (MySQL)
Not heard of Memcached? This means you haven't scaled your application yet, or that you are having problems. Lets consider some solutions. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom D
Naoto Yokoyama (NIFTY Corporation), Kenji Hirohama (Sumisho Computer Systems Corp.), Lisa Phillips (Six Apart), Garth Webb (Six Apart)
NIFTY Corporation will discuss their experiences with MySQL and how they changed the configuration in TypePad to meet the Japanese market's requirement, such as more availability, more cell phone support, and so on. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom F
Morgan Tocker (Oracle), Carl Mercier (Defensio)
This talk tests Amazon EC2's (Elastic Compute Cloud) suitability for MySQL scale-out applications, including benchmarks and war-stories from active deployments. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom F
Joe Stump (SimpleGeo)
Services Oriented Architecture offers a number of benefits over the standard paradigm including parallel asynchronous request, decoupling your code from your data, and abstracting scalability. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom A
Seth Fitzsimmons (Yahoo! Inc.)
MySQL's Spatial Extensions and Ruby on Rails are a powerful combination for quickly and simply creating powerful spatially enabled applications. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom E
Nathan Letwory (Blender Foundation)
MySQL can bring a production environment the basis needed to create the tools for managing large datasets. Searches can be implemented in an efficient manor and the database lends itself for collaboration between multisites. dbBlender is a project to integrate MySQL in Blender to solve many of the problems with large datasets and multisite projects. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom F
Patrick Galbraith (Blue Gecko), Michael Kowalchik (Grazr Corporation)
Grazr is a new platform for aggregating, consolidating, and sharing information. We would like to share lessons we've learned with others considering using MySQL as the foundation for their product. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom A
Antony Curtis (MySQL), Eric Herman (MySQL)
A lightning tour of the design, implementation, and use of MySQL External Language Stored Procedures framework, with examples using C, Java, XML-RPC, and more. Read more.
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Location: Ballroom H
Joseph Hill (Novell), Joe Audette (Source Tree Solutions, LLC)
This session provides an introduction to application development with Mono and MySQL; the current state of Mono, including its support for databases through ADO.NET and LINQ; and explores how one open source ASP.NET application provides support for Mono and MySQL. Read more.
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